The Regulation of Interchange Fees by the U.S. Federal Reserve Board: A Primer on Economic Principles, II
Our analysis has important implications for banking regulators and competition authorities around the world that are looking into interchange fees for debit and credit cards. David S. Evans (Univ. of Chicago, UCL), Robert E. Litan (Kaufmann Foundation), & Richard Schmalensee (MIT).
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